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Before I get into any talks of hockey, statistics, or the matchup I first want to extend my love to the city of Toronto; A beautiful city full of diversity, love and strength. As someone who was just an hour south of Boston when bombs went off at the marathon the sadness and fear that can cripple a city and its people is something the people of Boston and Massachusetts sadly know. While the playoffs and rivalry between the Bruins and Leafs can be bitter both on and off the ice just know tonight, the city of Boston, Bruins fans everywhere, and all of us here at Guy Boston Sports extend our sincere thoughts, prayers, and most importantly our love to you and your city through this tragic time.
The first round matchup between the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs headed north of the border to the capital of the hockey world for game three Monday night. After securing two high-scoring victories over their original six rival, the Bruins looked to take a stranglehold on the series in their first postseason game of 2018 away from TD Garden.
A spirited game one saw some lineup changes for both the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs as the two original six rivals enter the second of their seven game series. For the Leafs, Nazem Kadri began the first of his three game suspension for his hit on Tommy Wingels. The Bruins would be without Wingels who'd be replaced by Harvard phenome Ryan Donato making his Stanley Cup Playoff debut. The Bruins blew the Leafs out of the TD Garden 5-1 in game one but, the series is still up for grabs. Frederick Andersen was under siege facing 40 shots stopping 35. Tuukka Rask, the former Leafs prospect, stopped 26 shots in the game one victory.
The National Hockey League Department of Player Safety announced the suspension of Toronto Maple Leafs' forward Nazem Kadri Friday night after an incident that occurred during the third period of game one between the Leafs and Boston Bruins Thursday at TD Garden.
It was a night for the David’s as Backes, Pastrnak, and Krejci all scored to help lift Boston to a 5-1 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs in game one. “We want the Cup” cheers rained down from the TD Garden faithful as the Bruins put on a show to open the series.
The National Hockey League playoffs are officially here, stay up to date with every series as the guys from Guy Boston break down all the action and give their first round predictions.
The Bruins announced today, April 10, that the club has signed Minnesota-Duluth captain, Karson Kuhlman. The centerman played four years at Minnesota-Duluth, wearing the “A” his sophomore and junior year and getting the “C” his senior year.
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The Bruins returned home from their three-game road trip to take on the Ottawa Senators Saturday at TD Garden. Boston looked to make use of their two remaining regular season games to beat out the Tampa Bay Lightning for first in the conference. The Lightning entered the evening two points ahead of Boston, playing their final game of the season Saturday against the Carolina Hurricanes.